Don't ride a racing line on the street.
A "late apex" line gives you the best chance to see and be seen.
An early turn-in makes assumptions about radius, traffic, and surface hazards that can trip you up. This can be particularly true in right-handers.
Set up for the corner while you have all your options; brake, throttle, or tip it in earlier, depending on what you see. Once you commit to the corner you only have one option, and that is to complete it.
If you feel like you're in too hot and you're gonna go wide, drop your inside shoulder and give it a little gas; you'll be amazed at what your bike can do if you let it.